- Jan 21, 2014
Hello guys this is fleep and today I've got a tutorial that quite a few of you requested and this is a GDI ESP tutorial for counter-strike source. I'm gonna start off by demonstrating the hack in action and then telling you what you're gonna what you're gonna be able to do yourself. I mentioned I think I may have mentioned to a couple you guys this is quite an easy thing to do I'm only doing this for those of you that really wanted me to go over it as I know a lot of you guys would be capable of doing this from the aimbot tutorial.
If you have finished the aimbot tutorial then this will be easy. Just download the attachment zip which will have the template and the full source code. Open the template project and then follow along in the video and I will show you how to use GDI in an external hack to draw ESP boxes, player name, distance and snap lines in Counter Strike Source.
If you want to learn more about hacking Counter Strike Source go to Counter-Strike: Source Hacks and read the sticky threads.
Updated for 2018
Projects re-created & tested working in VS 2017
Tested working on Windows 10
Code & Project cleaned up - using SolZipper
Offsets updated - You will need to update the offsets again if the game updates
All Fleep Tutorials require special compiler settings
If you make a new project from scratch, you must set these project properties:
-Switch from Unicode to Multi Byte Character Set
-Set C++ -> All Options -> Permissive Conformance Mode: NO
-Linker -> Manifest File -> Require Administrator
-C++-> Precompiled Header -> Not Using Precompiled Headers
-C++ -> Add Preprocessor directive: _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS
Alternatively, download the attachment and use the pre-made project.
These tutorials are old, you should do the new ones instead: Guide - START HERE Beginners Guide to Learning Game Hacking
Download the tutorial project in the attachment below. There is a template and also a completed project. You will need to update the offsets.
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